3 Tips To Take A Break From Dating

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This article was last updated on April 16, 2022


I feel like my frustration with the dating process is making me bitter. Should I take a break or just push through and hope I meet someone?


I hear your frustration. Putting yourself out there again and again can be emotionally draining and take a toll.

That said, a positive attitude is crucial in the dating process. Your feelings of frustration and bitterness are likely more transparent to dates than you might realize, and it sounds like a break would be a good idea.

Make that break count by doing self-nurturing activities which feed your soul.

Taking A Break From Dating – 3 Tips To Help:

1.       Pursue passions such as music, sports, art or travel.

2.       Embrace a daily gratitude practice where you recount the day’s experiences for which you’re most grateful.

3.       Spend time with friends and family who are in romantic relationships, and try to steer clear of people with negative views of relationships or the opposite sex.

Savor your break from dating, while at the same time try not to stay out of the dating world for too long. While dating certainly can take us out of our comfort zones and make us feel vulnerable, the rewards of a healthy and happy relationship make it well worth it.

3 Tips To Take A Break From DatingBrief Bio.

Jasbina Ahluwalia is an Indian-American attorney turned entrepreneur, Relationship Expert, Radio Show Host and Matchmaker / Dating Coach.

She is the Founder & President of Intersections Match by Jasbina, the Only Premier Full-Service Selective Search & Dating / Relationship Coaching Firm – For Indian Singles in U.S. & Canada. 

Jasbina is also the host of Intersections Talk Radio, a monthly holistic lifestyle show – conversations with published authors/experts on relationships and health and wellness.

For more information, please visit www.IntersectionsMatch.com. Feel free to submit a Question to be considered for this column to Jasbina directly at Jasbina@IntersectionsMatch.com.

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